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August 11th 2015 Accident on Bexon highway

Emergency responders were summoned to the scene of a two vehicle accident along the Bexon highway on Tuesday. A dump truck hauling sand heading south collided with a car traveling in the opposite direction leaving several persons injured. The driver and passenger of the motor vehicle were pinned inside requiring …

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August 10th 2015 Shot in the arm

A Monchy man is nursing a gunshot wound after he was allegedly attacked by two unknown assailants. The incident took place just before 7am on Monday august 10th.

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Mercury beach venue adjustment

A break-down in communications between mercury beach festival organizers and the venue operators, has led to changes in logistical arrangements for the mass crowd event. Despite some hitches, the show is still on and one of the chief organizers says the popular beach party is expected to generate millions of …

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Teenager fatally shot

Residents of the Morne Du Don community in Castries are appealing to the police for help, to quell a spate of gun violence which has resulted in the deaths of two men in ten days. The latest victim – 18 year old Curtis Charlery and two other individuals were reportedly …

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Suspected drowning at vigie?

Authorities are probing an apparent drowning off the coast of Vigie on Friday. Rehani Isidore reports that although marine police pulled a body from the water, the details surrounding the incident are still murky.

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Deputy PM on Impacs continued fallout

The deputy prime minister of St Lucia is taking a tempered approach to pronouncements on the Impacs probe. Philip J. Pierre believes it’s important that the public awaits the director of public prosecution’s decision on the findings of the probe.

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Getting off the streets

Attempts by successive governments to institutionalize and rehabilitate the many homeless who wander the streets have been futile. Rehani Isidore reports that the problem is compounded by fiscal constraints and a lack of capacity.

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